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AngličtinaČeský
foot-and-mouth disease noun
[UK: ˈfʊ.tənd.ˈmaʊθ.dɪ.ˈziːz]
[US: ˈfʊ.tənd.ˈmaʊθ.dɪ.ˈziːz]

slintavka a kulhavkanoun

football [footballs] (association football)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.bɔːl]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌbɒl]

fotbalnoun
{m}

kopanánoun
{f}

football [footballs] (ball)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.bɔːl]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌbɒl]

míčnoun
{m}

football [footballs] (game in Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.bɔːl]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌbɒl]

australský fotbalnoun
{m}

football tennis (ball sport)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.bɔːl ˈte.nɪs]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌbɒl ˈte.ˌnɪs]

nohejbalnoun
{m}

footballer [footballers] (one who plays football)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.bɔː.lə(r)]
[US: ˈfʊt.bɔːr.lər]

fotbalistanoun
{m}

fotbalistkanoun
{f}

footbridge [footbridges] (bridge for pedestrians)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.brɪdʒ]
[US: ˈfʊt.brɪdʒ]

lávkanoun
{f}

footer [footers] (line of information at the bottom of a page)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊ.tə(r)]
[US: ˈfʊ.tər]

zápatínoun
{n}

foothill [foothills] (hill at the base of a mountain)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.hɪl]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌhɪl]

podhůřínoun
{n}

footnote [footnotes] (comment at the bottom of a printed page)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.nəʊt]
[US: ˈfʊtnoʊt]

poznámka pod čarounoun
{f}

footpath [footpaths] (path to be used by people walking)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.pɑːθ]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌpæθ]

pěšinanoun
{f}

footprint [footprints] (the impression of the foot)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.prɪnt]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌprɪnt]

stopanoun
{f}

footstep [footsteps] (act of taking a step)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.step]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌstep]

kroknoun
{m}

footstep [footsteps] (distance of one footstep)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.step]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌstep]

kroknoun
{m}

footstep [footsteps] (mark left by a foot)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.step]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌstep]

stopanoun
{f}

footstep [footsteps] (signs of a course taken)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.step]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌstep]

stopanoun
{f}

footstep [footsteps] (step, as in a stair)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.step]
[US: ˈfʊt.ˌstep]

schodnoun
{m}

footstool [footstools] (a low stool)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊt.stuːl]
[US: ˈfʊt.stuːl]

podnožkanoun
{f}

footwear (item of clothing that is worn on the foot)
noun
[UK: ˈfʊ.tweə(r)]
[US: ˈfʊ.ˌtwer]

obuvnoun
{f}

footwrap (a strip of cloth worn around the feet)
noun

onucenoun
{f}

ovinkanoun
{f}

zavinovačkanoun
{f}

afoot (in progress)
adverb
[UK: ə.ˈfʊt]
[US: ə.ˈfʊt]

v běhuadverb

v běhuadverb

afoot (means of locomotion, walking)
adverb
[UK: ə.ˈfʊt]
[US: ə.ˈfʊt]

pěškyadverb

afoot (support of the body, standing)
adverb
[UK: ə.ˈfʊt]
[US: ə.ˈfʊt]

na noháchadverb

American football noun
[UK: ə.ˈmer.ɪk.ən ˈfʊt.bɔːl]
[US: ə.ˈmer.ɪk.ən ˈfʊt.ˌbɒl]

americký fotbalnoun
{m}

athlete's foot (fungal infection)
noun
[UK: ˈæθ.liːts fʊt]
[US: ˈæθ.ˌlits ˈfʊt]

mykóza nohounoun
{f}

Australian rules football noun

australský fotbalnoun

barefoot (wearing nothing on the feet)
adjective
[UK: ˈbeə.fʊt]
[US: ˈber.ˌfʊt]

bosýadjective

barefoot (wearing nothing on the feet)
adverb
[UK: ˈbeə.fʊt]
[US: ˈber.ˌfʊt]

boskyadverb

cocksfoot (Dactylis)
noun
[UK: ˈkɒk.sfʊt]
[US: ˈkɑːk.sfʊt]

srhanoun
{f}

coltsfoot [coltsfoots] (Tussilago farfara)
noun
[UK: ˈkoltsˌfʊt]
[US: ˈkoltsˌfʊt]

podbělnoun
{m}

on foot (walking, jogging, running)
preposition
[UK: ɒn fʊt]
[US: ɑːn ˈfʊt]

pěškypreposition

pink-footed goose (Anser brachyrhynchus)
noun

husa krátkozobánoun
{f}

the shoemaker's children go barefoot (one often neglects those closest to oneself)
phrase

kovářova kobyla chodí bosaphrase